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Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899 184 2 Browse Search
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Laura E. Richards, Maud Howe, Florence Howe Hall, Julia Ward Howe, 1819-1910, in two volumes, with portraits and other illustrations: volume 1 35 3 Browse Search
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Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Chapter 7: marriage: tour in Europe (search)
. Sanborn, in the preface to his biography of Dr. Howe, says:— It has fallen to my lot to know, this millennial consummation. My husband, Dr. Howe, was my senior by nearly a score of years. Isult of a trifling accident. Mr. Smith said, Dr. Howe, I must send you my gouty crutches. My husy life in Ireland was not much to her taste. Dr. Howe and our host had a good deal of talk togetherrussian ambassador at the Court of St. James, Dr. Howe applied for permission to revisit the kingdome warning given. The sentry seized him, and Dr. Howe began to beat him over the head. A crowd soo boat always remained in some port overnight, Dr. Howe found it possible to hire mattresses for us, of her earliest triumphs. Remembering this, Dr. Howe found her somewhat changed for the worse. I -afflicted persons—deaf, dumb, and blind—whom Dr. Howe found time to visit on this wedding trip, bego overflowing, I wrote a humorous travesty of Dr. Howe's letter in rhyme, but when I showed it to hi[45 more...
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Chapter 8: first years in Boston (search)
ger to be tolerated by civilized peoples. I recall my first years of life in Boston as nearly touched by the sense of the unresolved discords which existed in its society. My husband was much concerned in some of the changes of front which took place at this time. An ardent friend both of Horace Mann and of Charles Sumner, he shared the educational views of the first and the political convictions of the second. In the year 1845, having been elected to serve on the Boston School Board, Dr. Howe instituted so drastic a research into the condition of the public schools as to draw upon himself much animadversion and some ill-will. Horace Mann, on the other hand, characterized this work as one which only Sam Howe or an angel could have done. Dr. Howe and Mr. Mann, during their travels in Europe, had become much interested in the system of training, new at that time, by which deaf-mutes were enabled to use vocal speech, and to read on the lips the words of those who addressed them.
Jula Ward Howe, Reminiscences: 1819-1899, Index (search)
Janauschek, Madame, visited by Dr. Hedge and Mrs. Howe in Boston, 299. Janin, Jules, French critic, friend of Mrs. Howe's brother Samuel, 68. Johnson, Samuel, joint editor of Hymns of the Spiro maids of, London, the Howes in, 91-111; Mrs. Howe's work there for the peace crusade, 330-336;Mrs. Jameson, 42. Maclaren, Mrs., assists Mrs. Howe in her peace movement, 341. Maclise, Dani Newgate prison, visit to, 108. Newport, Mrs. Howe spends a summer at the Cliff House there, 22owes arrive in, 134; peace congress at, 338; Mrs. Howe's last visit to, 413. Parker, Dr., Peter,eath of Mary Booth, 241; suggests a poem for Mrs. Howe's Sunday meetings in London, 332. Passion Flowers, Mrs. Howe's first volume of poems, 228, 229; reviewed in Dwight's Journal of Music by Mrs opera singer, 104. Phaedo, Plato's, read by Mrs. Howe, 321. Phillips, Wendell, his prophetic quto Newport, 408. Powell, Mr., Aaron, asks Mrs. Howe to attend the Paris Peace Congress as a dele[27 more...]